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I was working on a data view web part recently and i had to filter the data based on dates.Since the data source was web services i couldn't use the Offset which i blogged about earlier.When using web services to pull data in sharepoint designer you would have to use xpath.So for example this is the soap that populates the rows<xsl:variable name="Rows" select="/soap:Envelope/soap... you would need to add some ......

I was setting up a search service application today and enabling search and crawling content sources.But i decided to test the "Web Analytics Web Part".But when i added it i got the error: There are no addresses available for this applicationCheck that you started the “Managed Metadata Web Service”. This can be found here: Central Admin > System Settings > Manage Services On ServerCheck that you started the “Managed Metadata Web Service”. Hope that helps ......

I was working on some webpart in sharepoint designer 2010 and i decided to use the default custom paging.But i noticed the previous link page isn't working it basicalling just takes me back to the start page of the list and not the previous page after a good look i noticed micosoft is using "history.back()" which is suppose to work but it doesn't work well for paged data.Anyway before i started further investigation i found Hani Amr's solution at the right time and that did the trick.Hope that helps ......

I have been thinking for a while how i can reuse my code when building custom dataview webparts in sharepoint designer 2010.So i decided to use the XslLink which is one of the properties when you edit a sharepoint webpart.I started by creating a xsl file that i can use but after adding the link to the file like so:<XslLink>sites/ser... get the error : This web part does not have a valid XSLT stylesheet: There is no XSL property available for presenting ......

Just a quick one. I was trying to add and deploy a WSP file.Both went well until i tried adding the webpart and i get the error Web Part Error: No available sandboxed code execution server could be found. After doing some joggling around i came to know i had to start the Solution:You need to start the SharePoint Foundation Sandbox Code Service service instance from services on server.. This has to be done in the SP 2010 Central Admin > App Management > Service Apps > Manage Services on Server. ......

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Before you get to see the template to install the BI center site you will have to activate the PerformancePoint Services Site Collection Features from the : Site Collection Administration > site collection features But after i activated it and try to create a site i get correlation error bla bla... After looking at the ULS log files i saw something related to not being able to use the SharePoint Server Publishing. So i went to the collection features and activate the SharePoint Server Publishing ......

While i was trying to setup some reports on a SPF 2010 site. After trying to add a Sql Reporting Webpart i get the error: Session state has been disabled for ASP.NET. The Report Viewer control requires that session state be enabled in local mode I never came across that error before when using RSWebaprts in Sharepoint 2007:) But i think is related to ASP.NET sessions state:( Any to fix it you would have to start to make sure the SharePoint Server ASP.NET Session State Service is enabled. Unfortunately ......